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John Evans

iPad App of the Week: Tynker, Teaching Children to Program the Fun Way | iPad Insight - 4 views

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    "Years ago, this phrase was thrown around a lot in tech circles: 'The applications make the platform'. In the case of the iPad I don't know that apps entirely 'make the tablet' - but great iPad apps are definitely a huge factor in making it such a game-changing device. "
John Evans

Keeper App Review | Teaching Table - 1 views

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    "Today's app review is about Keeper - an app for securely storing and accessing your private information and passwords. Keeper takes the frustration out of having to remember tons of passwords for different websites, and as I've found out, makes quickly accessing different educational and administrative websites a breeze."
John Evans

How to Redeem iTunes gift cards and App promo codes « Teaching with iPad - 2 views

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    "Here is a quick lesson on how to redeem both your iTunes gift cards and App promo codes on both your iPad and iPhone/iPod touch. The reason I decided to go over this is that there will soon be a couple app giveaways in the upcoming posts here on teachingwithipad.org. There will also soon be some iPad and iPhone accessory giveaways in the next few weeks!"
John Evans

App #14: SloPro for iPhone and iPad « Teaching with iPad - 7 views

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    "SloPro (app link) is a fun iPhone and iPad video-making app that allows you to slow down your videos without losing any image quality. When you shoot a video within this app, it will shoot it in 60fps (frames per second), as opposed to the usual 30fps.* This will allow the resulting video to be smooth and not pixelated, like when you slow down video in various movie making software."
John Evans

App #8: Diptic « Teaching with iPad - 2 views

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    "Diptic (iTunes link) is a fun and useful photography app that I have been using for a few months now. It is a tool used for combining multiple images onto one image. "
John Evans

App #7: Numbers « Teaching with iPad - 4 views

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    "Numbers ($9.99), a spreadsheet app directly from Apple, is a worthy Microsoft Excel-like competitor for the iPad. It is a powerful tool for teachers who own an iPad, and can be used for assessment, especially during report card season. "
Anamaria Recio

App #6: Camera « Teaching with iPad - 2 views

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    "Have an iPad 2, iPhone, or iPod touch? Take advantage of the dual cameras that come with the device. Some of you might even own the new iPad, which boasts the much improved camera much like that of the iPhone 4S. Simply having a camera on these devices adds so much convenience to your photography tasks. No more need to fiddle with SD or Compact Flash cards, wires, usb connection kits."
John Evans

Toontastic is an amazing storytelling app for the iPad ~ ICT For Educators - 0 views

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    "There are tons of great apps available for the iPad which can be used to teach digital storytelling. I downloaded a few and, so far, my favorite is Toontastic. The app was designed with kids in mind but adults will love using it too. This is not only a great app to use in the classroom but also provides parents with a great tool to spend some fun quality time with their children. "
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